If you think that’s enough to kill us, you really don’t know what a Slayer is.
Noelle examines Forrest’s underlying subtextual queerness and Lani wonders why every guy Buffy sleeps with shops at the same Bed, Bath and Beyond as they look for The I in Team (S4.13)
I’m just an unemployed librarian with a tendency to get knocked on the head.
It’s identity story dialed to Fyarl as Lani and Noelle get a load of demon Giles in A New Man (S4.12).
Let’s fight that evil!
Special guest host Ian Martin of The Passion of the Nerd talks identity stories, Clockwork Orange and Weird Giles as he and Lani discuss Doomed (S4.11).
That’s enough small talk.
Lani and Noelle go deep into fairy tales, the Gentlemen-Slenderman connection and truth vs. lies as they gush about Hush (S4.10).
It’s all right. We have more scotch.
It’s all screwball comedies and magical grief as Lani and Noelle talk Something Blue (S4.09).
You made a bear! Undo it! Undo it!
It’s White Guilt on Parade as Lani and Noelle both love and hate one of the most appropriately uncomfortable episodes in the Buffy canon, Pangs (S4.08).
A vague disclaimer is nobody’s friend.
The Season 4 engine starts to rev up as The Initiative(S4.07) brings us Sweater Giles, Light Xander and Chipped Spike. And the best slap fight in the history of Buffy.
Now might be the time for your trademark stoicism.
Lani and Noelle feel all the feels as Oz goes wild and breaks Willow’s heart in Wild at Heart (S4.06).
It’s time to get wasted with the Caveslayer in Beer Bad (S4.05), but Lani and Noelle are completely sober when they realize that this famously reviled episode of Buffy is pretty damn good.